Bringing It All Back Home

Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home
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1965 Ratings: #2 / 39
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Doublez
96

The History of the Albums – n°256

[I invite you to read my previous reviews on Bob Dylan, you'll find them below, to better understand his life and this one]. Released in 1965, Bringing It All Back Home is one of the emblematic albums of his discography, and not for nothing. Not only is Bringing It All Back Home one of the intermediate albums between two significant periods of his career, the evolution between contemporary Folk and Folk Rock, but on top of that he manages to capture ... read more

Whynot
93

Dylan sells his soul to the electric rock devil... half of it at least.

If during “Another Side Of Bob Dylan” Bob changed his lyrical interest to a more personal topic rather than socio political ones, in “Bringing It All Back Home” he changed his musical identity in a move that was as bold as controversial. Nothing would be the same again for him, maybe some things came back later in his catalog for sure but his identity as an artist changed forever.

One of the ... read more

ThrowBackG
70

Given the rapid pace of music consumption currently, I sometimes wonder if someone like Bob Dylan would have thrived in today's climate. The best of Dylan's musical work tends to be a fine mixture of literacy and discourse. His words aren't meant to be tacked onto a post-it note, but to ponder on. To sit with. Sometimes they latch on. You wouldn't rush a simmering stew now wouldja? 'Bringing It All Back Home' may not be as quintessential as his later ventures, but none of them encompass the ... read more

ilovemariah
98

I was gagging the whole time, what an amazing album, I loved it, it's more rock than his previous efforts and I think his mix of Folk and Rock is very unique and very good, I can't really see myself enjoying this type of songs if they were sung by any other artist. Bob really adds his own spin to every track and obviously the harmonica is amazing in every track.

NR

First time I have listened to this album today . Along with the familiar tunes I found a few ones new to me that I liked such as Gates of Eden and Its alright Ma I'm only Bleeding . Dylan certainly displays a sense of humor in this lyrics and his voice is suited to the rawness of the acoustic nature of these songs . After hearing this I can understand why there was a bit of controversy in later years over his move over to electric guitar by the folk section of his fandom . All in all a great ... read more

94

Genius

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Added on: February 3, 2013